Ceramic: model stove

One rectangular unglazed light tan earthenware model of a stove/brazier. Model presents cut-out in the front for air circulation and clearing ash. There also are three enclosed fire boxes on top of the stove and a retaining lip along the rear edge.
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From Han grave, Hei Shui Kuo, Kansu province.
Discovered at Heishuiguo, Gansu. Alley gave to John Johnson (1922-2014) of Friends' Ambulance Unit, when Johnson visited Shandan, to deliver to Canterbury Museum.
Dimensions (LxWxH): 215 x 181 x 100mm (8 7/16 x 7 1/8 x 3 15/16")
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